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 DDSearle
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The History Of Humanity
Posted: 2/8/2019 3:37:31 PM
Fraud_Jackass_Trash,
The_underscore_is_nice_for_bores
 DDSearle
Joined: 5/20/2017
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/8/2019 12:23:41 PM
Those who make bold their text are trying to say something about nothing
That may apply to you, Jackass_Trash
And those that underline or underscore are worse
 DDSearle
Joined: 5/20/2017
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/8/2019 9:27:31 AM
What ails you, Jackass_Trash?
Your response to my comments is as slow as your bowel-movements may be
We're hardly witty, are we? Is deploying all those emojis just too hard for you?

As for 'Tex', or whatever the name that may sound serious in Ohio &c , though riscible in Wyoming,
he's you, isn't he? After all, he uses those emojis just like you do
 DDSearle
Joined: 5/20/2017
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/8/2019 7:48:46 AM
And the tone of these utterances about your family resembles that of an abusive husband or parent,
Jackass_Trash
The reality may be that you have little more in this world than those ridiculous emojis.
Jackass_Trash
 DDSearle
Joined: 5/20/2017
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/8/2019 7:36:07 AM
You seem annoyed,
Jackass_Trash
This shall be your name now
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/8/2019 5:28:15 AM
Why trouble (with help from this illiterate hack or your double) to explain yourself so? Your dearth of confidence is as apparent as the lack of stuff to say. Repeatedly, you are limited to denigrating the effort of others
You tell us about how great you'd like us to believe your family-life may be. Revealing private details about your wife &c, I daresay without permission, is, as much as your reliance on emojis, the style of a deluded failure
 DDSearle
Joined: 5/20/2017
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The History Of Humanity
Posted: 2/5/2019 3:43:43 PM
^ Do you know, I find it as hard to entertain shoddily-made humour as I do to read through the tiresome works of Rachel Carson, Charles Dickens, J D Salinger or William Shakespeare &c. I do like Geoffrey Chaucer or The (1611 King James' edition of the) Bible, though
 DDSearle
Joined: 5/20/2017
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The History Of Humanity
Posted: 2/5/2019 3:20:53 PM
^^ I'm afraid that I don't read much; and, hadn't heard of nor have read Yuval Harari's book Sapiens. I listen to George Noory's Coast To Coast AM or Dark Matter Radio and watch YouTube &c videos on such topics, though. These self-taught or -appointed researchers appear to be changing the way in which we regard such matters. And I applaud them – for freeing us from being hidebound etc

^ I doubt that most members of our race are vain enough to believe that we are the centre of the Universe. And my speculations centre more on the hollow Earth
 DDSearle
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The History Of Humanity
Posted: 2/5/2019 8:33:04 AM
^ Your condition is showing. Dementia can do this to you
Your erratic thoughts and garbled way of expressing them are telling here
If you were a man, you'd probably have been shown the door by now. Just wallow while you can
 DDSearle
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The History Of Humanity
Posted: 2/5/2019 8:28:24 AM
Could we have been established, at-least on Earth, for longer than most experts would have us believe? From the make of buildings to the sophistication of language, it seems that we may have dwelled here for as many as millions of years
 DDSearle
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You're Dim-As-Hell, 'Justinelle'
Posted: 2/5/2019 4:52:04 AM
Another thing
have you ever done a day's hard work or serious study in your life?
I doubt it
 DDSearle
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You're Dim-As-Hell, 'Justinelle'
Posted: 2/5/2019 4:39:22 AM
Justinelle (whose name sounds affectedly feminine), why ever do you bother here? Your pattern appears to be to broadcast pseudo-intellectual drivel from your (shıthouse?) den, which seems to be written by someone other than yourself, for you can hardly express yourself in a grammatical construction of even the briefest kind. And you do this without the courtesy of attribution. In other words, your are a fraud: and, ought to be ashamed of yourself
 DDSearle
Joined: 5/20/2017
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The History Of Humanity
Posted: 2/5/2019 3:56:27 AM
What is the provenance of our Homo sapiens (and similar?) species
And for how long has human civilisation existed, as a more-than hunting-gathering or solely-warring tribe of beings?
 DDSearle
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Is Autism A Real Disorder Or Affection?
Posted: 2/3/2019 1:47:56 PM
No
I mean affection
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/3/2019 12:09:04 PM
^^ It also occurs to me that as this is a 'dating' site, your efforts for such have been so unsuccessful that you've taken to expressing the result of your frustrations in this corner or pocket of it. And I conclude that, in your case, you can't find even a transsister to partner you, let alone a real gurl
 DDSearle
Joined: 5/20/2017
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/3/2019 11:32:34 AM
^ A common trait of scum such as you and _Jackazz_Cash is that you have little to say or a limited means of expressing it. And so you turn to one of the few options available you, especially on a site as shabbily-moderated as this one. That is to spoil the work of others. I wonder at whether you have anything to contribute that is amusing, constructive, entertaining, informative or moral &c. And I doubt that you do
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/3/2019 6:03:55 AM
It may be true to state that there are different degrees of emptiness. And, to put this in perspective, an attempt could be made to grade them for intensity. I'd begin with absolute emptiness, which probably couldn't obtain in any unaltered part of the Universe, for the æther permeates it. Complete emptiness would be what constitutes space. Then there'd be an utter vacuum, in which the ether would prevail, together with 'quantum-fluctuations'. This would be the default-state of the Universe. Finally, there'd be a plenum, which would comprise at least four discrete states – plasma, vapour, liquid or solid &c. And there's nothing wrong with that, is there? After all, expounding on different states of emptiness is no-more fanciful than Georg Cantor's speculations on different kinds of infinity
 DDSearle
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Is Autism A Real Disorder Or Affection?
Posted: 2/1/2019 1:07:33 PM
I have my doubts about such conditions
It may be that, in the U K, 'attention-deficit disorder', 'autism', 'dyslexia', &c are concocted syndromes that serve the interests of pseudo-scientific physicians or psychiatrists, not those of a healthy or efficient society. And welfare-savvy parents are pushing to have their children diagnosed with such a condition, in order to gain extra benefits and to register themselves as a government-funded 'carer' of the said offspring. Additionally, the afflicted are given various benefits in school etc. Probably, the seriously sick are being relegated to the back of the long (NHS) queue
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/1/2019 8:08:36 AM
Furthermore, I have it on Fœderal authority that diarrhea can be spelt also as diarrhœa or diarrhæa. And that with the ethel may be the best
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/1/2019 7:27:07 AM
Technically, the glyph is the digraph; and the diphthong, the sound
But a diphthong can be only a vowel-sound. And I fancy that the sound made by a ligature of consonants would be categorised as a phoneme. The science of linguistics is harder or sounder than that of 'Cosmology' or 'Astrophysics', no?
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 2/1/2019 6:42:51 AM
^^ But it would be insubstantial: and, could be regarded as no-or-little more than a field

^ The aesc or ash ligature, though a digraph, is called a diphthong because it is of vowels only. Ae is, in Latin, pronounced nearly as a hardened i but, in English, better as almost a hard e. However, its usage is more than Mediæval, for it can be used in a circumstance such as 'Initia can be dæmon in nothing but a thong' or 'The comments of the _Jackazz_ , Cash are akin to diarrhoæa' &c
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 1/31/2019 5:50:58 PM
Then there's the matter of the æther, which may well obtain everywhere
But it would be insubstantial : and, could be regarded as no-or-little-more than a field
 DDSearle
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Flawed 'Science' For Winter-Tyres
Posted: 1/22/2019 5:55:36 PM
I like to drive through snow
And I have all-weather tyres for doing-so
But the advice that we are given may be erroneous
We are told that a narrower tyre, even on a smaller wheel, will increase the pressure that the vehicle makes upon snow: and that would give the tread more grip. Though this may be true, it neglects the mechanics of driving on ice, which is the greater hazard. Ice isn't particularly slippery, even when smooth. But applying presure to it reduces the temperature at which it melts to form a film of water, which is. And so, oughtn't we be fitting broader, bigger tyres in Winter – so as to avoid excessive pressure and to minimise the water that would form on ice? Airplanes should do so, too
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 1/17/2019 8:08:02 PM
Space can be charged or filled with anything, including the virtual results of statistical analyses. But emptiness obtains despite such appearances. In other words, it isn't constructed of these fields &c. They just occupy it if they are available or ebulllient in a certain part of it or region
 DDSearle
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Can An Idea Be A Thought
Posted: 1/17/2019 4:10:13 PM
Can a thought be formed without language? I think not
Can an idea come to mind without words? I believe that it can
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 1/15/2019 6:12:16 PM
Yes, nothingless doesn't require fancy formulæ or special conditions that may be dressed as dimensions to obtain anywhere or wherever. It goes on forever without any effort whatever
 DDSearle
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To Their Witlessness
Posted: 1/10/2019 2:46:40 PM
That is 'Doctor' (pardon me while I bow and scrape)
Christine Blowsy-Fraud
 DDSearle
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Isn't 'Space' Just Emptiness?
Posted: 1/10/2019 2:23:35 PM
The nothingness that isn't filled with matter exists ad-infinitum. (There's no such thing as time)
Then, why make so-much fuss of it, with all those dimensions? (Sometimes, they're conditions)
 DDSearle
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Who's An Intellectual
Posted: 10/31/2018 3:26:57 PM
I think that defining or describing an intellectual is so hard that it may be better just to list some of those that are such. And they needn't be admirable. Anyway, my list would go something like this: Hillary Clinton, Newt Gingrich, Rush Limbaugh, George Noory, Vladimir Putin, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Ben Shapiro and Donald Trump. This ought to show that some of those that are taken to be dense &c are quicker or more cerebral than they'll seem to be. It may be useful also to compile a list of those that are not an intellectual. And mine would run like this: Art Bell, Nelson Mandela, Teresa May, Barack Obama and the serving Pope
 DDSearle
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What's An Intellectual
Posted: 10/23/2018 2:34:41 PM
I wonder at how 545 (aka His Bedtime) would classify himself
He and his cronies, for sure, have an inflated opinion of themselves. And he reminds me of some college students, who appeared on TV yesterday. Each that stood up to announce him- or herself did so with so much pomposity or sanctimony that their arrogance and sense of entitlement was evident. And that they are studying less-than-useful subjects, such as Politics, is ironic. Little do they know

Won't specs worn atop the head focus harmful solar radiation onto an already damaged brain ¿
 DDSearle
Joined: 5/20/2017
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What's An Intellectual
Posted: 10/22/2018 3:31:45 PM
Did the intelligentsia obtain only in the Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics or its 'allies',
or did it manage to insinuate itself, with questionable success, in the US Democratic Party?
 DDSearle
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Interstate Or Intrastate Migration
Posted: 10/21/2018 7:18:02 AM
^^^^^^^
Shock horror!
In researching that non-event or Royal scam the 'Invictus Games' and its obscure funding,
I find that the Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce (CIBC) is in there
Next time, I'll have to turn to TorDom or the Royal Bank Of Canada

& ^^
According to The Guardian, a Scouse bubble is a Liverpudlian consumer of Irish stew or bubble'n'squeak; and, to others, just a laugh. But I reckon that it's, by some twist of rhyming slang, akin to Cockney —thief
 DDSearle
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What's An Intellectual
Posted: 10/21/2018 6:23:02 AM
In societies that are as ordered as is the U K, it appears to be in the interests of the government or B B C to present the common people with the arguments of an 'intellectual' or 'think-tank'. Similar subtle control is made to be exerted by the media or political parties in other democracies. An example is when the bulk of a topic or comment in here is a suspect, waffling, seemingly-impressive quotation, the source of which we're expected to respect. But I am not impressed
 DDSearle
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What's An Intellectual
Posted: 10/21/2018 5:42:54 AM
Is there such a thing; and can the dictionary-definition be relied-on or trusted?
It stems from intellect: and that is vague enough. Anyhow, certain persons are taken or held to be an intellectual. But are such personalities superior to the rest of us? I think not; and I fancy that Donald Trump is on my side. Those that I come across tend to be versed in a non-rigorous subject at an educational institution that's more slovenly than scholarly. Perhaps an intellectual is no more than someone that doesn't have to work for a living
No-one is superior. That goes for 'doctors', too
 DDSearle
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Interstate Or Intrastate Migration
Posted: 10/20/2018 3:41:38 PM
^^^
Thanks for the support Vlad. though you ought to know that I'm not a Scotsman. I live, near Edinburgh, in the northernmost part of England. However, if alcoholic drinks were less expensive there, I'd probably be in Aberdeen, Braemar or Wick
I'm a half-Greek Liverpudlian that's lived in Greece, Libia, Germany and the U S A. My impression of the last is that, unless I can afford to live in, say, Cheney WA, Jackson WY or Rangeley ME and to pay the health insurance premiums for a fit seventy-one-year-old, it wouldn't be worth me returning there. Mind you, there may be advantages in moving to a reviving city, such as Chicago may be or Detroit is. And that George Noory was pushing Coast To Coast AM listeners into buying gold near the top of the market when he could have been telling them to invest in a residence, at the bottom of it, in his home-town of Detroit disappoints me
Though I do like the U K, I'm considering an escape from living under a monarchy, the B B C. B M C etc to taking-up residence in Estonia, Austria, Kazakhstan or even the Republic Of Ireland. And good luck to you – you're a stalwart
 DDSearle
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Interstate Or Intrastate Migration
Posted: 10/20/2018 9:17:22 AM
When living in Washington state, I fancied having the facility of a CAD account at the C I B C, for there comes a time, in its value against the $US, when it's worth buying. And, on phoning a branch in Vancouver BC, I was surprised to be asked to select either the Chinese or English option. It makes a welcome change from French or Spanish, I suppose
 DDSearle
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Interstate Or Intrastate Migration
Posted: 10/20/2018 8:33:09 AM
Why don't we hear more of the states of Canada? I''m drawn to the environs of Edmonton or Jasper
And what I'd like to know is how far north can we go before we have to rough it
In other words, how far does north can living in basic comfort extend?
 DDSearle
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Interstate Or Intrastate Migration
Posted: 10/20/2018 7:11:41 AM
In seeing the efforts of immigrants to the U S A, although I can appreciate their determination to come in from poorer or more hazardous countries, I can't understand why they're not more choosy of the state that they'll get to. Some are so desperate that they'll give their right arm to reach the country, but, on crossing the border, will settle in the state at hand. And this relaxation of ambition may have unfortunate consequences
If I were to settle in the U S A, I'd opt for the finest state in the union. I'd eschew muggy or sultry cannabis-consuming or tobacco-chewing ones; stay out of those containing centipedes, hornets, horse flies, mosquitoes, scorpions or dangerously poisonous spiders; keep out of politically-correct or polluted ones; and, avoid those prone to earthquakes or tornados or full of lyme disease or protozoal mites. I'd go for a state that's income- or sales-tax free, with low car-fuel prices and an abundance of good-looking women. And as a US Permanent Resident's Card holder, I might be back!
 DDSearle
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Improving Drug Policy
Posted: 10/20/2018 5:29:42 AM
If drug policy's to be improved, the language that's used in such efforts ought to be careful and clear. But the description of cannabis as a 'recreational drug' is confusing or misleading. Recreational, though it has come to mean refreshment by means of agreeable activity, really means (according to its etymology) something like recovery or restoration and, ultimately, to create again. In other words, its usage contradicts the effects of the substance that it attributes. An accurate phrase would be a stupefying or damaging drug. A rug, or even a shrug, could be recreational
 DDSearle
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Ms(?) Christine Blowsy-Fraud
Posted: 10/19/2018 12:27:15 PM
I know not who composed the foregoing comment, for I doubt that it was you, Bedtime, and because there's no attribution. But I do know that the norepinephrine that's mentioned in it is a steroidal neurotransmitter that, when no attempt is being made to impress, is known as noradrenaline; and the epinephrine that (I believe I can recall) Blowsy-Fraud cited in her 'testimony' (in conjunction with caffeine and theobromine) is the poseur's word for the stimulant adrenaline. However, I ought to declare that I'm neither a 'doctor' nor organic chemist &c. You ought to state the source
 DDSearle
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Nose Picking
Posted: 10/19/2018 10:55:58 AM
About 1974, when working in London as a moneybroker, I had a boss who'd pick his nose stylishly. While closing a deal for hundreds of millions of Deutschmarks or Eurodollars, he'd be using a cigarette-holder and somehow picking his nose simultaneously – and without interrupting the flow of speech. Although his nose wasn't noticeably big, he'd get at least half of his index-finger into it. Little did the Central Bank of, say, Norway or Saudi Arabia or Commerzbank London know!
 DDsearle
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Improving Drug Policy
Posted: 10/18/2018 4:45:24 PM
I suppose that rug policy should be distinguished from drug policy
In the case of the former, I'd elect for a velvet-textured all-wool carpet, fitted onto an underlay of goat's hair felt, set on a sprung hardwood floor. Otherwise, I'd get some fine oriental rugs. And that reminds me, that on seeing a fetching rug at an Edinburgh auction, with an estimate-price of £60-, I decided to leave a remote offer for it at £50-. On checking on the outcome, I discovered that I was unsuccessful because the winning bid on that lot was £5000-. You couldn't make it up
 DDSearle
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Improving Drug Policy
Posted: 10/18/2018 1:20:09 PM
Goodness knows what the real history of US 'drug-addiction' is. The impression I get is that though there was much injury and great suffering to-do with The Civil War, some participants found, that by stating that the state, by providing them with a few doses of morphine, had rendered them as 'addicted' as a Chinese 'opium fiend' and, was obliged to provide for them. What may have been a profitable ploy had become established during the aftermath of WWI and in course of the Great Depression. And it may have been even where the Benefits Culture began
 DDSearle
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Obamadom Is Done
Posted: 10/18/2018 10:42:13 AM
As I understand it, 'journalist' Jamal Ahmad Khashoggi is or was a US Permanent Resident Card holder, whose passage to the U S A was fast-tracked by a senior member of the corrupt Obama administration. He is or was a worker for rather than employee of the less-than-patriotic Washington Post and, a well-connected, priviledged critic of the country that harboured him and, supporter of Sharia Law &c. Impoverished immigrants from Central or South America are more deserving of US refuge than the likes of his sort of garbage. And the 'recordings' of his stated fate are elusive
 DDSearle
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Interstate Or Intrastate Migration
Posted: 10/18/2018 10:30:04 AM
That's interesting. And so was what I heard on a radio show yesterday. Despite negative perceptions or expectations, some parts of Detroit are remarkably pleasant to live in. And such improvements may make it unnecessary for, say, disillusioned Californians, to move to a remote mountain-top in Idaho &c. I daresay, that big-city improvements are associated with political change
 DDSearle
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Obamadom Is Done
Posted: 10/18/2018 8:44:34 AM
Though this section of this forum may be one of the last outposts of Obamadom, it is, even so, a realm on the verge of oblivion. And I wonder at why its supporters or defenders will waste their efforts here
 DDSearle
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Improving Drug Policy
Posted: 10/18/2018 7:14:06 AM
The increasing tolerance for or legalization of cannabis consumption, as it obtains in Canada, the U S A &c, may be dangerous. It permits the browbeating of young persons by their peers to follow this silly fashion, in a similar manner to that in which, say, young women or African Americans are intimidated into voting for the Dems
The outcome arises slow and subtly. But the result is a countryfull of dopey, compliant, sometimes deluded people, who'd be less-than-useful in defending their land from Russian aggression or alien invasion
The remedy may be to legalise the consumption of other 'drugs' that would, at least, restore some balance to the system. And this could be applied without more danger. Folks could be allowed to cultivate opium poppies, coca shrubs and what-have-you; though not, to refine their active ingredients. And such a policy ought to be applied only with frequent information and warnings
 DDSearle
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Interstate Or Intrastate Migration
Posted: 10/16/2018 10:51:05 AM
With the U S A, closing its borders to non-legal immigration, what are or ought to be measures taken by its individual states? And what additional ones could they apply, such as splitting into parts, forming confederations, seceding from the union &c? Shouldn't states that wish to welcome or bar certain immigrants make to alter or introduce new laws so as to enable them to? And couldn't immigration be subject to cultural criteria, such as political ones? For example, oughtn't Wyoming be able to keep-out emigrants from, say, Colorado?
Though this may not be a significant problem, it could come to be. For instance, if millions of, say, Californians were to leave a failing for a stable state, such as Texas, shouldn't the latter be able to protect itself from such a less-than-useful influx? And mightn't a state such as Washington, be able to split into a western and eastern part? Beyond this, the states could collectively come to be more important than the union; and, could be free to enter other unions, even with states beyond federal borders
 DDSearle
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Picking Or Flushing The Nose
Posted: 10/16/2018 6:36:17 AM
Excavating matter from the nostrils with an aseptic finger or sterile implement is safer than flushing the nasal sinuses with fluid. Somer recent attempts to use dedicated devices for pouring water up the nose have, in muggy, sticky parts of the U S A, caused an amoebic infection of the brain, which is usually fatal. Therefore mechanical, digital cleaning in the traditional manner, may be the least dangerous and most hygienic
 DDSearle
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Nose Picking
Posted: 10/15/2018 3:49:06 PM
Really, I can't see why 545 is gotten so snotty over this
Perhaps it's past his bedtime
Who knows
 
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